University of Washington
United States
3d ago


  • 20% Manage completion or modification of assigned projects’ workplan : benchmarks, persons responsible, deliverables
  • 20% Develop and deliver public health training and technical assistance : content, materials, planning meetings, travel arrangements, facilitation, and evaluation
  • 15% Coordinate national convenings (e.g., workshops, forums, conferences) of federal, state, and tribal governments, organizations and entities for public health system development ( i.
  • e., capacity, infrastructure, and governance)

  • 15% Conduct literature reviews and environmental scans, develop data collection tools (e.g., surveys, interview guides), and prepare research review / approval submissions, as required and appropriate
  • 15% Facilitate quantitative and qualitative data collection ( e.g., surveys, interviews), analysis, interpretation and drafting findings and chartbooks
  • 10% Develop and maintain communications, technical expert panel and / or community of practice (COP), may include webinars, blogs, social media
  • 5% Coordinate project check-in calls with NNPHI and CDC on a regular basis ( i.e., weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly)

  • Developing oral and written deliverables : presentations, reports, curriculum / manuals, frameworks, models
  • Coordinate and arrange meetings, including travel logistics
  • Maintain frequent communication with all parties (NNPHI, CDC, AI Nations and participating tribal entities)

  • Masters's Degree in Public Health, Social Work, Psychology, Anthropology, or related field
  • Two to three years related work experiences
  • Familiarity with or working in tribal government, tribal-urban communities and within the tribal health and health-related systems (i.
  • e., public health, behavioral health, and health care delivery).

  • Knowledge of statistics
  • Office practices, procedures and equipment
  • Establish effective working relationships with diverse groups, and to interact effectively with co-workers, members, funding agencies, partners, vendors, and other external stakeholders
  • Public speaking and communicate well with the public on the phone, via email, and in person
  • Complete tasks within assigned time frames
  • Develop and maintain databases
  • Full accountability for all work responsibilities and outcomes, and for input to team(s)
  • Strong written and oral skills demonstrate ability to write manuscripts, manuals, or training guides
  • Strong project management skills, including travel logistics and financial reconciliation
  • Detail-oriented; high degree of accuracy in all aspects of work
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong facilitation skills
  • Excellent research skills
  • Good presentation skills
  • Strong data management skills
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills
  • Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational skills; ability to maintain accurate project records

  • Knowledge of public health accreditation (i.e., essential services, functions, domains) and performance improvement (i.e.
  • leadership, assessments, plans, management, quality improvement) and initiatives, models, tools

  • Ability to work as a collaborative, cooperative, and congenial member of a close-knit scholarly and administrative team, as well as work independently.
  • Knowledge and prior experience with human subjects’ institutional review process, include training in ethical conduct of research
  • Quantitative and qualitative research methodologies (e.g., approaches, methods, analysis plan)
  • Experience with teaching, training, and / or facilitation
  • Knowledge and prior experience with the federal grant process; tribal government systems (e.g., health, social services, etc.
  • and their relationship to state and federal government and entities; tribal health organizations and entities (e.g., TEC, Health Boards).

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